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Network implementation Linux/Microsoft

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Thibaut Noben

on 18 April 2013

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Transcript of Network implementation Linux/Microsoft

Seperate disk
Size and attachment limit Groep3.local
DNS
DFS
Group policy
Folder redirection
WSUS
Remediation Network Implementation Linux/Microsoft Wesley Tucker
Joren Maurissen
Thibaut Noben Table of content IT-requirements
Network layout
Overview server/services
Problems/solutions Windows Linux Gitlab
Jenkins-CI
BackupPC
Apache2
Mysql
Nagios3
Mantis-bt
Achievo
Linux client
Samba shares Forefront
DNS
SMB
WDS
DC/BDC
NAP
WDS
Exchange
VPN
DFS Domain Controllers BackupPC Windows
Webserver
GIT Clients Windows client
Linux Client Nagios3 Windows
Linux
ESXI Server Web server Apache2
2 servers GITLAB Git management software
Fast, secure, stable DFS Namespace:
Groep3-Fileserver
Replication:
DC1 -> DC2 Exchange Forefront 3 - leg perimeter
DCs/backup/clients -> Internal
Webserver/mail/GIT/... ->Perimeter
Internet -> External Why Nagios3? Nagios core engine
Nagios plugins
Open source
Community Windows Clients Shares
SMB
Account Linux Clients RSYNC
SSH
Tunnel
Public/Private key Why BackupPC? Linux server
Low RAM usage
Easy to manage
Cross platform
Mutiple protocols Windows NSClient++(nscp)
Service
Request commands Why Apache2? Linux
Easy
Virtual hosts NSClient++ Virtual hosts Websites Gitlab
Mantis
Achievo
Webapplicatie DFS DNS Group policy Folder redirection Remediation
WSUS WSUS
Computer group
GPO_WSUS Windows Client Linux Client Likewise Open
Client in domain Linux NRPE
CPU load
Memory usage
Disk usage
etc. NRPE Why Forefront ? Easy to setup
More experience
Critical service Mantis Bugtracker
<> gitlab
LDAP login
Not used Web Access Policy Achievo Project management
<> MS Project
Easy to setup Firewall Policy Remote Access Policy Static Address pool
All Groups
PPTP enabled
Web access Why Gitlab? Gitolite (public/private key)
LDAP Authentication
Webinterface Gitolite Git hosting
Access control
Public/ Private keys VPN LDAP Authentication Web Client
Mailbox Why Exchange? Easy to setup
Good Forefront integration
Active Directory Web client Hosts Mailbox LDAP Authentication Remediation
NAP NPS
Health Validator
Network Policy
Remediation Server Group Problems FTP rules
Nagios3 forefront
Gitlab broken Vragen ?
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